Tiny House Hunters for HGTV
May 16, 2015

Tiny House Hunters for HGTV

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Jason Preston from HGTV contacted me this last week and asked me to share this with you. If this is you please contact them.

Our new season of Tiny House Hunters is cranking along and the network has extended us for more episodes.

Are you looking for or about to buy a tiny house – 500 square feet or smaller? If so, the producers of HGTV’s “Tiny House Hunters” are now casting for people buying tiny homes to feature on newly added episodes of our current season.

Energetic, fun and enthusiastic tiny house home buyers interested in being on Tiny House Hunters should email smallhouses@pietown.tv.

Here are some clips from last years show:



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jipsi - May 16, 2015 Reply

Well this is obviously the right place to ‘cast’ for those folk, eh?
Hope to see some of our regulars turn up in future episodes, as they make the decision to – at last? perhaps this will be the trigger that does it? – move on their tiny house/ little house future… 😉

Wish it was me, but I don’t have the funds right now to go for it…

Karen Komara - May 17, 2015 Reply

The tiny home is ideal for my retirement & living needs. Due to years of challenging financial & health issues, I have NEVER owned my own home. That is a dream I would love to see come true ! I just need the encouragement & knowledge of a pro to make this a success. From beginning to the end of this project, I need the help of professionals. My story/ or life history will prove to show that it’s about time I should have a safe & happy tiny home. Never a victim but always a survivor .. this would give my life new purpose .. thank you for your consideration. Warmly, Karen Komara

    Sparrow - May 18, 2015 Reply

    Beautifully written, Karen! I hope you get your house!

alan hoggard - July 6, 2015 Reply

How do these people hook into city services if they put a tiny house in the parents backyard? Especially sewer.

Dori - July 10, 2015 Reply

What was the name of the 3rd model on last night’s Tiny House Hunter’s 7-9-2015? Who makes it? I’m interested in that one.

Johnny D - July 20, 2015 Reply

Pet rock of 2015, Over weight and price fire traps. 5th wheel trailer and mobile homes manufacture’s have been doing it for 50 + years whit DOT experience. Wake up white people!

Linda Young - July 28, 2015 Reply

Love this show. Watched it last night.

Marsha - August 4, 2015 Reply

Is anyone able to tell us the name of the Oregon Company the couple used to build and/or get their tiny house from on Tiny House Hunters
Season 2 episode 3??
They bought in Oregon and had it moved to their parents back yard in Carmel Valley, CA….

    Linda - September 1, 2015 Reply

    We own an RV park in California (and use to live in Carmel Valley)… the type they bought are called “park model rev’s), you can google them, I don’t know why they went to Oregon, they are available by many manufactures throughout the country… we have a few in our park, (Cavco is one manufacturer, but there are quite a few). The concern I would have is about the County of Monterey allowing this, I do not believe it is legal or everyone would be putting these in their back yard… I guess other counties may look at it differently, but I would definitely look into this before purchasing one…

Denise A. Loomis - October 6, 2015 Reply

I am soooooo sick of hearing these supposed experts who narrate the “tiny house” shows MISPRONOUNCE the word “Realtor!” It is REAL-TOR and NOT REAL-A-TOR! Get it right stupidos!

Steve - October 20, 2015 Reply

This show is terrible. I watch hgtv most of the time. When this show comes on I’m have to turn the channel….

Ken - January 11, 2016 Reply

If anyone is looking for property to place their tiny home on please consider our beautiful RV Park estate. Lets turn it into a Tiny Town. Now that the Canadian dollar is so low, seasonal living in Canada is very affordable for retirees and cost conscious adults. Check out our website at http://www.pipersglenresort.com

tAMMY - April 19, 2016 Reply


Kay Retan - September 6, 2016 Reply

I just watched the episodes in Minot, Nd and Nashville. The one is Minot put a Tiny house out in the middle of nowhere and the one in Nashville was out in a field. How do they run the washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge. Where does the electricity and water come from for these homes? There were no power lines anywhere.

Beth Adams - November 12, 2016 Reply

who was the realtor for the Vancouver Washington couple in season 3? Need to contact them.

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